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ASCRS Live: A look into the iTrack Advance handheld device

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Mahmoud Khaimi, MD, briefly discussed the launch of the iTrack Advance handheld device at the 2023 ASCRS annual meeting in San Diego.

Mahmoud Khaimi, MD, briefly discussed the launch of the iTrack Advance handheld device at the 2023 ASCRS annual meeting in San Diego.

Video transcript

Editor’s note: Transcript lightly edited for clarity.

Mahmoud Khaimi, MD:

Hi, I'm Mahmoud Khaimi of the Dean McGee Eye Institute. I'm a clinical professor there, and I'm also the director of the glaucoma fellowship. I'm here at ASCRS 2023 in San Diego and it's such a special moment for me in my career because we're launching the iTrack Advance handheld device that allows surgeons to be able to perform canaloplasty in a much more ergonomic and efficient manner.

I played a critical role in developing this device along with Nova Eye Medical and so it's going to be an exciting meeting. We'll be talking to a lot of surgeons about the handheld device and how they can better treat their patients that have glaucoma.

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